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Unknown spotting

Description:

Cluster of yellow mushrooms

Habitat:

At foot of dead silver maple tree



1 species ID suggestions

flowntheloop
flowntheloop 11 months ago
Ringless Honey Fungus
Armillaria tabescens Armillaria tabescens (MushroomExpert.Com)

7 Comments

cbblangley
cbblangley 11 months ago

I'm on a new Mac computer. I had problems trying to post the spotting in the first place, as I couldn't enter the location. Maybe I should try using my old computer... : (

flowntheloop
flowntheloop 11 months ago

@cbblangley are you trying to edit it via cellphone? I have the same issue, so I usually do my edits on my PC.

cbblangley
cbblangley 11 months ago

Thanks for the ID! For some reason, I am unable to edit and add the name, but thank you for the info and comments!

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 11 months ago

thanks flowntheloop for the correction,i think you are rigth

flowntheloop
flowntheloop 11 months ago

It is ringless, so A. tabescens would be a better bet than A. mellea.

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 11 months ago

Very nice cluster cbblangley,i would say that is a Honey fungus, Armillaria sp,probably a Armillaria Mellea

Christine Y.
Christine Y. 11 months ago

Nice hygrophanous caps!

Decatur, Georgia, USA

Lat: 33.77, Long: -84.30

Spotted on Oct 8, 2017
Submitted on Oct 8, 2017

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